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ITMA 2015 to present extended section on fibre & yarn
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Sep '14
ITMA 2015, one of the world’s most recognized textile and garment machinery exhibition, to be held in Milan, is all set to present an expanded section on fiber and yarn chapter.

The first fiber and yarn chapter at ITMA, presented in 2011, proved to be a great platform for the exhibitors to display their products. The chapter on fiber and yarn at ITMA 2015 will feature a new sub-chapter on recycled fibers and yarns.

ITMA chapter on fiber and yarn attracts a lot of international buyers sourcing for end-to-end solutions in the production of traditional textile and innovative textile materials. This chapter gives an opportunity for fiber and yarn producers to work with machinery partners during live demonstrations.

“The introduction of the new sub-chapter on recycled fibres and yarns at ITMA 2015 will be a gift to textile and garment makers and manufacturers. It provides us with an excellent platform to display our recycled yarn”, says Serkan Gulmurat, director of Foreign Trade Department at Kale Iplik.

Buhler Group CEO, Martin Kagi said that at Buhler, they are now committed to producing high quality yarns using best environmental standards in their production process. The sustainability theme for ITMA 2015 drives them to achieve sustainability in the entire textile and garment industry value chain, he said.

ITMA features the largest range of textile and garment technology products and raw materials under one roof.

ITMA is attended by global brands and apparel groups like Adidas, Aeffe, Benetton, Burberry, Hugo Boss, Inditex, Levi’s, Nike and Reebok.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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